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  1. Sledmere House in East Yorkshire
    One of Yorkshire's most beautiful houses, with some of England's finest plasterwork, award-winning garden, military museum, children's quiz, picnic & play area, terrace cafe and gift shop.
  2. William's Den in East Yorkshire
    Do you remember being small and in awe of the spaces around you. In the eyes of a child, even the smallest garden seems like a big adventure. Imagine the excitement building when you give your kids the chance to step foot into William’s Den and see huge custom-built play areas unfold in front of them. Our amazing natural play structures will satisfy their hunger to learn and explore new things. The feeling of excitement, curiosity, challenge and freedom to run wild, climb, find hidden places and be somewhere they’ll never forget for years to come.
    1. Bridlington Spa in East Yorkshire
      For the best entertainment on the East Coast visit The Spa, Bridlington. Whether it's comedy, concerts, drama, sport, dance, exhibitions or variety shows there's something for everyone to enjoy.
      1. Hornsea Freeport in East Yorkshire
        A unique shopping village offering up to 60% off high street prices in 39 stores everyday. There is a selection of eating establishments and family entertainment all year round with tree lined walkways and a stress free atmosphere.
        1. Spurn point in East Yorkshire
          East Yorkshire's only National Nature Reserve, this dynamic location owned by Yorkshire`s Wildlife Trust provides feeding for thousands of birds throughout the year. Enjoy a peaceful mid week walk along the peninsula.
        2. Beverley Minster in East Yorkshire
          One of Britain's finest examples of medieval gothic architecture. Features 68, 16th-century misericords, saxon sanctuary chair, Percy tomb canopy and a large collection of medieval musician carvings in stone and wood.
          1. Family friendly summer in East Yorkshire

            The summer holidays are finally here and … how on earth are we going to fill them! The place to start is East Yorkshire. Enjoy time together at family friendly attractions, playing on safe beaches, having cosy pub lunches or even walking for miles in the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds countryside. Here’s some hints and tips to make a great day out in East Yorkshire hassle free and full of fun.

          2. Blog familiar places with familiar faces

            Things haven’t been ‘normal’ for a while and we haven’t been able to visit our favourite places or share time with our favourite people. Now we’re creating a ‘new normal’ and it’s time to reconnect. Be with those familiar faces, bring them to the places where you’ve visited time and time again or bring them to somewhere new. Either way East Yorkshire is the place to enjoy time together.

            Here’s some of our local experts giving us the insight on how to make the most of your time here.


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